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    Ross McHenryNothing Remains UnchangedFirst Word Records
    'Nothing Remains Unchanged' is the album from multi-award winning antipodean composer, producer and bass player Ross McHenry. Deep, contemporary, modal...
    • Ross McHenry – Complicated Us
    • Ross McHenry – Adelaide
    • Ross McHenry – 1 East West
    • Ross McHenry – Forest Dance
    • Ross McHenry – Woods
    • Ross McHenry – Processional
    Myele ManzanzaA Love RequitedFirst Word Records
    Third, energetic jazz album from drummer, producer and composer, Myele Manzanza!
    • Myele Manzanza – Ritual
    • Myele Manzanza – Family Dynamics
    • Myele Manzanza – Itaru's Phone Booth
    • Myele Manzanza – Mortality
    • Myele Manzanza – Big Deal
    • Myele Manzanza – Madrid
    • Myele Manzanza – A Love Requited
    Jon PhonicsLetters to HomeFirst Word Records
    Astral Black lynchpin, Jon Phonics, drops his anticipated LP debut, using the MPC to move through various hip-hop moods; touching on neon-stripped...
    • Jon Phonics – It Is Happening Again
    • Jon Phonics – Slo Mo
    • Jon Phonics – Live from the Hypocrite Fest
    • Jon Phonics – Gut Splash
    • Jon Phonics – Nagasaki VIP
    • Jon Phonics – Tapes & Pianos
    • Jon Phonics – Seeta
    • Jon Phonics – Cleaver Hands
    • Jon Phonics – Exotic Wall Furnishings
    • Jon Phonics – Sunshine Emoji
    • Jon Phonics – P_O_V (My Shame
    • Jon Phonics – PPLPERSON (feat. Lee Scott)
    • Jon Phonics – Ka$h Money
    • Jon Phonics – Cheatin' (feat. M9)
    • Jon Phonics – Cotton Wool
    • Jon Phonics – Black Russian
    Eric Lau, Tall Black Guy, kidkanevil & Mr ThingNothing Leaves The Archive (RSD 16)First Word Records
    2 x 7" - £12.99Record Store Day 2016 release. Eric Lau, Tall Black Guy, Kidkanevil and Mr Thing go wild in John Peel's archive. In their own words...'For...